Many of the Dad Edge podcast listeners have reached out and told me that they’d like to know more about my story. In this episode, I share more about my story and not only that, but things like, what have I learned throughout my life. 15 years as a father, 19 years of marriage, and for me, the premise of the show is, if I could go back and do things differently based on what I have learned, what would those things be?
We go into a few different directions such as how to overcome adversity, and learning to ask yourself the right questions. I talk about raising young men and what I have done wrong, but also how I am doing things differently now.
What You’ll Learn
5:50 Interview Begins
5:52 The power of music
Larry shares why he is so intentional with music and the secret behind music and family.
10:36 Creating Patience
Larry talks about how patience is not a feeling, it is a skill. He has taken a lot from the year’s interviews with top performers he has interviewed like Navy SEALS and now implements himself.
13:51 How to Avoid Being Triggered
17:53 Dont Set Yourself Up for Failure
25:56 The First 40 seconds
Larry shared about how the first 40 seconds will dictate the energy of the converation on any interaction.
27:45 Are You Gonna Be My Dad?
Larry Hagner talks about a story in which Larry met the man that gave him his last name and how things were as a child things got dark very quickly in the following years.
30:30 The Night I saw My Father Again
Larry shares about the time he saw his father 11 yrs. after he got divorced from his mom.
33:15 How I Met My Real Father
41:00 Seeing my Father since I was 12
The story of how I met my father again
49:00 Negotiating in marriage
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